"
Newspaper Archive of
Cloverdale Reveille
Cloverdale, California
Lyft
September 10, 1997     Cloverdale Reveille
PAGE 4     (4 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 4     (4 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 10, 1997
 

Newspaper Archive of Cloverdale Reveille produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Page 4, Cloverdale Reveille, September 10, 1997 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ==================================== ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: =====================================  ::,&apos;,::::?&:::::::::::,'..: ...: :- .%'% '::::.%:>.'::.<..::::':....%..:',::i::.::\>  .:.%.::!::) :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .:::%::::::: :i × f... ,'::¢::$: ei" "!:i:i¢::: "::? ::, .i:i::;:.i:::i- 'N- ! " " :i:.:':::i:%::::+.":)::.i-:.':::. N" ' ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ..'::,'.:'., ". ,e.. x:.-e. ¢.'i::$:? ::i:i $..::i N. -s- -:i..-!" ..#,": ..... ?  ".ii..."-:i$;. ':$:.:,2i, .... :""""':'" " :"":"':°"" "" " ""' "" :" :" :" "" "V" iI""? "P""T :': ":" :':': ":':;: ..................  ":'i:i:':'i'":'? ',?''i'?;'r "i"""y"l ........... ""'i'?"""'':':'i' r" ' "V'i'i];'i'i:'y'" "Y? :;':" :'  ":':z°':'" ........ " ........ " .............. " ....... Democrats warn Alioto not to run Editor:. Michela Alioto wrote a "Dear Editor" letter to the Napa Register in which she claimed to have the support of rank and file Democrats in the next First District Congressional race. This is our reply...an open letter to her. We hope you will print it because your readers are in this District and they should know the reasons we are not supporting her. Michela, we are deeply disappointed in you. Apparently you have the wrong perception of yourself and your abilities. Your assets include a certain way with words, a sweet smile, and the support of your political family. These are not the qualifications you need to win a Primary Election against a man with an outstanding record of public service like State Senator Mike Thompson. You have absolutely no experience in an elective office. It would be far more appropriate for you to run for a seat on the City Council or Board of Supervisors if you really want a spring- beard into the political pool. But no, you turn a deaf fear to those who are telling you that you do not have a chance at winning without the support of us, the grassroots Democrats. You are being told, instead, that we will work our hardest to win the election for the only qualified person, Mike Thompson. Michela, do you know what scares us the most? It is your arrogant disregard of anyone who disagrees with you and your decision to stay in the race. You couldn't win against Frank Riggs in the last election. What makes you think you can win against him this time? So, let a real winner like Mike Thompson run uncontest- aware that our membership voted unanimously tosend this letter. United Democrats of Vatlejo & Benicia Family Service to meet September 15 Editon Family Service will meet on Monday, Sept. 15, 11 am, at United Church, 439 N. Cloverdale Blvd. All interested persons are warmly invited to attend, and clubs, churches and organizations are urged to send a representative. Family Service is a community organization; we appreciate and need your input. Along with regular business, we'll be discussing the Christmas food box program. Here it comes again, ready or not! Thanks to the generosity of Terra Spenst, Family Service has an Office on the second floor of the CopperTowers building. Office hours are Wednesdays and Fridays, 10 am to 4 pro. Clients are advised to call 894-3882 for an appointment. During this time of restructuring, as Elise continues to attempt to retire, Family Service has kept its overhead to a minimum, and developed a new voucher system that eliminates double-dipping. But the need continues to exceed our resources: our bank account has hit an all-time low. Any donation you can make will be a real help. Please send checks, money orders or envelopes stuffed with cash to Cloverdale Family Service, Box 374, Cloverdale. Our heartfelt thanks for your continued support. We couldn't do it without yotL e.n O(gB" " "" " " ' . :::,..::iS:-  " 0's-60's I had written a letter to Harry Yakata with CaITrans to as !teme, landscaping our bypass. I asked about a location neede munity welcome sign that the Sign Committee has considered. We is like to landscape the location and have a sign like the welo ack--CI ie Bake-( at the north end of Cloverdale. i ngplac Pictures were sent showing how bad the bypass looks trees. Pictures also included were of how nice the wel t to 3 pn looks at the north end of town with redwoods and other  itwo $5C plants to add beauty. " I Agro. upo It has been over 25 years since the start of the Cloverndalo l judge and our little town had to endure the heavy traffic on will be tSse thr, street. At that time we were told a large amount of money was $ i  for yo for landscaping the new bypass upon completion. But the i l be a okie ba has been open now for three years and all we have s beautiful show of wildflowers--which were wonderful d ' 48 prez year, but which didn't come back. , all ent ts of one A copy of Harry Yakata's letter, with pictures, wa s l lfunlittl, Senator Mike Thompson and Senator Barbara Boxer s ron to l Kelley so they could know we are concerned abut landsca awardt bypass. A letter from Senator Mike Thompson has given us neW.  forms tion on a date and time. Cloverdale Bypass is sched 's Clo landscaped in the Spring of 1999 and there is $1 6 million s i Total I for the Cloverdale Bypass beautification process." Ies, theq We aren't sure what they think is a "beautification p hes an We should have someone from the City in on the plan Ier of C could be sure to have a large number ofredwoocls and nati rore in Would some of you that are interested in the bypass beS . ed and save the cost ofbattlingyou in your lost cause. And, last, be CD Grant, secretary tion write a letter? Express your feeling son how we have! J dri Cloverdale Family Service long enough and hope the Spring of 1999 is the real stad L, , . to landscape. You could write to Harry Yakata, Depart# 00ClSbL # ,m ,m ,,,, ,m ,m ,m m, -= --- m -,- =,= -- -- ==, m, m m, ,m , f M00gI© c00met I Editor:.Pr°p°sedH°tSpringsR°adcl°surecausesc°ncern Transportation, 111 GrandAve., Oakland, CA9461amer----dren[ This information is directed to prospective home buyers in the M///W the Bloo, ' €|-an|ng ' Del wshb p-e00 The city °f cl°verdale wants to c'°se the | & Gloria | • approximately 200 yards of Hot Springs Road just west of 175 Hot | .) ........  ........... .-.-..--.-..:..<, ...... .r:-'., | Springs Road so that itdoesn't have to maintain that small portion i • .@%ii.'.. , | .."i!'| ! of road (which it hasn t been anyway). I ii-. l That would reroute traffic, via Foothill Blvd., through the new - • I -'-'--*-i I Del Webb neighborhood. Why close it at all? Who benefits? i Commercial & Residential • Se Habla Espanol " Do you, the new ])el Webb property owner, want the increased "%Voice Moll (707)481-8487 • Phone, after 5 pro, (707)894-4176# traffic, speeding, noise and litter now traveling on Hot Springs , =- m, m, -- m. ,m, .m =,, --- -.- -- m. m, --  m, .-- =,, m. ,m Road (the only access road to northern Lake Sonoma), to be yean funneled through your new neighborhood? and i And, ifyou're buying a home on the proposed new Hot Springs Court, aren't you a little concerned that an emergency call might bef Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas. get yo u confused with Hot Springs Road and not respond in time? ' If you share these concerns please attend the meeting on Sept. 18 1-8( at 5:30 pm in council chambers at the Cloverdale City Hall or write to the Planning Department, 126 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, S I.9 ]11 CA 95425 or write a letter to the editor, too. Susan Watson & 7///l SE Host Lions Club thanks ' ,, o . s , v . . . lau00,,,c for support (707) 89,1-fi437 Editor:. The Cverdal. Bypass as It  from the Laudle's hlll., . ess The Cloerdale Host Lions Club thanks everyone who attended says llketo have It landr at the July 4th Fireworks display and supported the event with their donations. Those who purchased fireworks at the Lion's firework's booth are also thanked for providing money to go toward's the /7 ' ('/' "Satisfaction club's worthy causes. The support is much appreciated. "'Z7  Guaranteed/" Colleen Jones Cloverdale Hot Lions President Chuck Sibert  m-emb I walked with my friend in the garden, And white dightly tinted with  Ours ' DIIlql' CHEAP ASawintro&xlltothe,y 'lemml:ilmfioeof¢olormlh-luCtors, Everythingglistmed withdiamoodaofdmv ecouM Road. Wre morn than the   . RA "nom.PACIGES.CRJSES  anx] (707)824"2SS0 In an atmosphem f and gay, ir ew fa( 3o7 so in stms. semm0  We wandered sky mid planU, and m th pur, and pride,  ey (to. And I-m and them we now and then It, too, wufilled withlovelyu[" ' Breathed a lovely whisper of sm mhingin the mn . Wednesday, September 10 gach one, as if to my, let =jois Family History Cir., LDS Chumh .................... 9 a.m.-9 pm YOUR HOMETOWN 'I'hesunwushinibdghtnow : Seroptlmist Intomorml, ¢tatni Office ................... 12 pm NEWSPAPER SINCE 1879 And bathed each bloom with fir=, I m with my friendin the l#,  Senior Center, Grange Hall ....................... 9:30 a.m.-4 pm • In wonder we looked Mmiziy As the mmlight began to fMe. J] It ..................... 1 II SUp. Paul Kelley, City Hall .......................... 8:30-10:30 am Themwem fll.ofpmb [sd__ll, Economic Development Commision, and erwm and red I turned to my friend First American Title ....................... .. .............. 3:30 pm Do you think there's a smile 0€ |[ Senior Citizens Poltuck, Vet's Bldg ........ . .................. Noon Roaring 20's Lioness Club, Potluck,Grange Hall ....... 7 pm CHRISTIANSClENCE Prom up there in outer Rmcef 1 Thursday, September 11 (ILIL 1=4| THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SO- Hesmi]ed=beluee=K1 my-" " TOLL FREE 1(800)361-1713 CIETY, 424 East Street, Healds- Thrift Sale, United Church .............................. . 10 to 3 pm Medi-Cal Accepted burg, 433-7645. Sunday Church "Dorfi'isM, rmredo Rotary Club, Owl Care ......................................... 12:15 pm Office Hours We Make House Calls Service 10:30am: Evening meet- Cioverdale Host Lions Club ................................... 7:30 pm Mon-Fri 9 AM to 5 PAIl ing, second Wed of month, 7:30 Bathdsthe OmwhomMeit Friday, September 12 Toastmasters, The Blvd. Dell ..................................... 7 am CLOVERDALE Center st. Hours: Tues, Wed, Fri, HEALDSBURG tt EARING INSTRUHENT$ pm; Church Reading Room, 307 Senior Day Center, Grange Hall ..................... 9:30 to 2 pm REVEILLE 301 East St, Healdsburg 12-4 pm. 433-4776. • Emergency Food Pantry, United Church ..... 1 pm to 3 pm .... Cioverdale C-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-urmet Club, BBQ Editor Saturday, Septambr 15 Marmg/n 8 Editor  Special [ Fm'm esh ,mull)rayed frmit, Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 9 a.m.-1 pm Roberta Lyons  This Week  vegetables, flowers. I Flea Market, CRrus Fairgrounds ................. 7 a.m. to 4 pm Reporter/Graphics mueVm,oa I m. I Thrift Sale, Un,ed Church ............................ 10 a.m.-1 pm Robin K,m 00lmil00" I so.00e=00 I Sunday, September 14 AdvLsing/Circulation  Almomds ] 3rd St. & Cioverdale Blvd. Cloverdale 4-H is Flea Market, Citrus Fairgrounds ................. 7 a.m. to 4 pm Bonnie Goodman other fun year wit, h Monday, September 15 Business Marmgr ing projects. The Boy Scout troop #41, City Park ................................. 8pro Val Hanchett r- 1 for leaders to cemmitl  Cancer Support Group, United Church Lounge,. 10-11 am Rcncw/00cnaccr . month from Otq_  ! my wo00g with A" Faith/Community Renewal | interested in the projJ way from working €1._ AW, animals. In the past,  y been leaden for ro ALl. M ing, woodworking, eJ & Sign Up Sunday: The club is always ,w'  He [ [' ° ! Sept 13 and 14 / " new projeet and i "stL- - 'hobbies¢itienship'bicycling'end]_. orPlantSinterestSThe list and.....! "|'. --._111.|. I  /,0 f I Kick-off | isBnrollmentnightfo¢SepL 17 at 0:30 " I / I Cdcbration: / ,on School Cafete00ll00'.'007,00 September 28 1 intereeted in becoi-' please call one of  enrollment night.-If i , st. Peters Catholic Church [ hobby that you wo_. ( share with the kids is _ Our Lady of mt. Carmel -- a-894.-i27-{ ItTV atSM-51.6 munity,,lease cJ:Yof: Tuesday, 4nlr 16 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 5 p.m.-9 pm Clovezdale Reveille (119-020 lISPS) is published 52 times per Senior Center, Grange Hall ................................ 9>4 pm year by Hanchett Publishing, Writer's Circle, Library ........................................... 1:30 pm Inc., on Wednesdays at 207 N. CARE Foundation, Jefferson School ..................... 7:30 pm Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, Historical Society, United Church ............................... 7 pm CA 95425 (707)894-3339. Sub- Copper Tow Family Health Center scriptions: (Price includes les Free Blood Pressure Check,, ............... . M-S, 9-12, 2-6:30 tax) $18.50 per year, $27.50 per OutReach Mental Health .................. T, Th., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. year out of Sonoma County. Free Vaccinations ......................................................... M-S Sinsle copy 35€. Cloverdlle Alooholloe Anonymou, Hot Llrm Second Class Periodicals Post- for Cloverdle Infornmtk: (,)4.2070/544-1300 age Paid at Cloverdale, CA 95425. Postmaster: Send address changes to Clovezdale Rev- eille, PO Box 157, Cloverdale. CA 95425. Adjudbd a newspaper of gen- eral circulation by the Supreme Court of the County of Sonoma, State of California, under the date of March 3,1879, Case No. 36106.